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Description: A view through a curtained doorway into the Middleton family dining room at 22 East Mifflin Street. A decorative bowl and china coffee set are on the table...
Description: Municipal pumping station, corner of Main Street and Military Road. A telephone booth is on the right.
Description: Portrait of Martha Stolz and Gladys Murphy, two volunteer members of the Red Cross blood donor committee, who make calls to request blood donations.
Description: Eleven male workers and one supervisor making telephone switchboard cables in the basement of the Wisconsin Telephone Company building.
Description: O.C. Harris talking on the telephone in the office of his business which is the O.C. Harris Company, 1217 East Broadway, Dane County's only twenty-four hou...
Description: Florence Gill, a volunteer blood donor for the Red Cross, receives a call from a volunteer requesting a donation.
Description: Chief meteorologist Rupert J. Batz at his desk at the U.S. Weather Bureau Station at North Hall on University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, is giving out th...
Description: Norman Clapp, Appleton High School student, seated in the governor's chair, represents Wisconsin in the around-the-world telephone conversation held in con...
Description: Louise Marston, Society Editor, with Dorothy French and Barbara Muckler, assistant editors.
Description: Four men and one woman seated around a table make telephone calls.
Description: The U.S. airmail radio operator at Royal Airport in Madison. During the 1920s Madison had two airports: the Madison Airport (aka the North Street Airport)...
Description: Mrs. Rose E. Amoth works at the new police telephone switchboard at the police station, 14 South Webster Street.
Description: Interior of the Winfield Martin house, 2906 Lakeland Avenue (earlier address: 611 Elmside Boulevard), showing the stairway, with a telephone on a cabinet i...
Description: Mrs. Joseph (Betty Pruett) Farrington, former police reporter, recalls work days with Russell B. Pyre, current reporter. She was a police reporter from 191...
Description: The office of Historical Society Librarian Isaac Bradley in the South Wing of the third Wisconsin State Capitol. Bradley, who joined the Society staff in 1...
Date: date unknown
Description: Santa Claus talks on a telephone at a Christmas display at Manchester's Department Store.
Description: Charles T. Davies, Mazomanie representative of the Wisconsin Telephone Company, receives the first dial telephone call to be handled through the Wisconsin...
Description: A telephone in the cell block at the Madison police headquarters, adjacent to the fingerprinting counters, explicitly for use by arrested persons. The pict...
Date: 1945-01-29 ca.
Description: With a backdrop of celebrity portrait photographs and stacks of coins on his desk, Hugh Flannery, manager of the Orpheum Theatre, is receiving a $100 War B...
Description: Members of the Dane County Medical Society, the Methodist Hospital Nurses' Alumnae Association, and the Dane County Unit of the American Cancer Society pre...
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